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V33 Renovation White Satin Kitchen cupboard & cabinet paint 2000 ml
Ideal for multi surface, this White smooth satin kitchen cupboard & cabinet paint from the Renovation range by V33 can be applied to Simply apply and leave for 12 hours to dry - a great way to revamp your home. Covers 24m² per litre on average.
- Recommended for kitchen and bathroom furniture
Features and benefits
Give your bathroom and kitchen furniture a new lease of life with this V33 furniture paint. It's highly durable, withstanding frequent cleaning, and is resistant to cooking stains and cleaning products.
- Fast, easy, efficient!
- Direct application on the surface - No stripping, no undercoat
- Stain resistant - Hot and cold fat, vinegar, wine, tomato sauce, coffee, tea or cosmetics
- Resistant to household products - water, washing up liquid, all purpose cleaners, diluted bleach
- Resistant to direct impact, scratches and water splashes
- Non drip, smooth formula
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Application||Brush or roller|
|Coverage||24m² per litre|
|Drying time||12 hours|
|Recoat time||12 hours|
|Touch dry time||2 hours|
|Litre capacity (ml)||2000ml|
Dag88 - 2 years ago
Wanted a new look kitchen, on a budget. Was apprehensive about ‘painting’ the cupboards but after a while decided to bite the bullet.
Very glad I did! I used the small diall rollers that are next to the paints in b&q stores. Paint is very easy to apply, I used sugar soap to prep. Very pleased with how the kitchen looks now. Also used v33 tile paint, would reccomend both products! Hope they are as durable as they say! :)
Amazing product, Looks like a new kitchen!
tessieg88 - 2 years ago
After renovating our whole house, the kitchen was the only room that hadn’t been done, as we didn’t have the funds for a new kitchen. I had toyed with the idea of painting the awful laminated cabinets for a long time but was worried about the possible hazardous results! I came across the v33 paint when searching for a suitable paint for laminate and after reading the fantastic reviews I was sold! I purchased the paint on the Wednesday afternoon and by thurs eve I had finished the whole kitchen with 4 thin coats. I only left around 2 hours between coats as it was completely dry, I checked by pressing my finger into it and it didn’t leave any imprint so figured it was ok to re coat. Bare in mind I did very thin coats! After the first coat it did look very patchy and uneven but I knew to expect this from reading reviews beforehand! After 4 coats it looks absolutely amazing and looks like we’ve had a whole new kitchen! I bought both a mini gloss roller (foamy one) and a mini emulsion roller (fluffy one) as reviews I’d read conflicted on which one left a better finish so I did a test door with both and have to say the gloss roller definitely gave a better finish! My advice is to follow the exact instructions on the tub and also apply in thin coats. Lightly roller any roller marks out as your finishing each section to ensure there’s no roller marks when it dries! I didn’t remove any doors just the handles! One tub was enough for the whole kitchen and I still have half a tub left! I would recommend this paint to anyone it’s fabulous!
Charlotte11 - 2 years ago
I brought this paint to paint my kitchen cabinets, I had sanded the cabinet down and painted the cabinet with a roller. When it dried it dried all runny and had the print of the roller. Not happy with this product at all!
DonofGor - 2 years ago
This product has been a success with out kitchen cupboards. We have laminate veneer on the cupboards (pine-ish Color). 3 coats were required to cover (going to white, greys, darker colours may require fewer coats.) Use brush to get into the nooks and crannies and then roller for larger areas. Important to note that many thin coats are better than a few thicker coats. Less chance of pooling. You must also prep your cabinets correctly. Sugar soap solution, then sand, then clean of dust residue. Final point, leave time to cure between coats. This is imperative. Follow these steps and you’ll get a good finish. Cheaper than me buying 25 new kitchen cabinet doors.
It does take time though. 2 litres got me about 6 doors.
Brillant product covers very well
Raggydoll - 2 years ago
Bought this product to rejuvenate some kitchen cupboards and after two coats the cupboards look brand new. Totally recommend this product.